Pilbara zinc mine project
Located in the Pilbara mineral field of Western Australia, seven massive sulphide occurrences have been identified to date, of which the largest is Sulphur Springs. The Sulphur Springs project has now been incorporated into the larger Pilbara VMS project. The Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) completed in October 2018 considers production of separate copper and zinc concentrate from the Sulphur Springs and Kangaroo Caves deposits. Average annual production over an 10.3 years mine life is expected to be approximately 14 kt of copper in concentrate and 40 kt of zinc in concentrate.